Man Arrested for Multiple Break and Enters at Mosque in Mississauga
Police have charged a man with seven counts of breaking and entering after an investigation involving a mosque in Mississauga.
On Saturday, May 5, at approximately 3:30 a.m., a male suspect is said to have entered a mosque that was under construction in the area of Argentia and Campobello Road.
Police say the suspect stole various construction tools during this break and enter.
On Sunday, May 13, the suspect allegedly returned to the mosque and broke in again. He was arrested during the act.
Police arrested Adrian Flis, a 25 year old Mississauga man. A search of his residence reportedly lead to the recovery of construction equipment and computer related items.
Flis is charged with seven counts of breaking and entering, four counts of disguise with intent, one count of possession of break-in instruments, and one count of weapons dangerous.
Investigators are attempting to identify the rightful owners of the recoverd property.
Anyone with further information regarding this incident should call police at (905) 453-2121, ext. 1133.
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